Can you live at Humberston Fitties?
For those who visit and live on the site they say it’s a different way of life, some having owned homes there for 25 years. They say living at the Fitties is peaceful, pleasant and someone is always available to help you out.
Why is it called Humberston Fitties?
‘Fitties’ is a local word meaning ‘salt marsh’. The Humberston Fitties were originally one of a number of fitties along this part of the coastline. Nearby Cleethorpes actually sits on the Humber Estuary and the sea at Cleethorpes is actually the mouth of the Humber.
Can you live on Humberston Fitties all year round?
By far the strictest rule for Fitties’ dwellers is the 10-month year. All chalets must be vacated from four in the afternoon to 9.30 the next morning throughout January and February. This rigorously enforced restriction maintains the impermanence that first characterised the “camp”.
Who owns fitties humberston?
The day to day management of the Humberston Fitties Chalet Park is overseen by Tingdene Holiday Parks. The 125 year lease of the Fitties to Tingdene was completed on 4 October 2017. Tingdene are now responsible for the site and landlord to chalet owners.
Where can I park at fitties Beach?
Humberston Fitties Beach There is a small car park just off Anthony’s bank Road. On warm days get there early as it is not too big. This car park gets you walking straight out onto the beach and dunes within a couple hundred meteres.
Where is Humberstone in Lincolnshire?
Humberston is a village and civil parish south of Cleethorpes in North East Lincolnshire, England.
Can dogs go on fitties Beach?
Fitties Beach, Humberston This is the closest dog-friendly beach to Cleethorpes and one of the best dog-friendly beaches in North Lincolnshire. Boasting a wide stretch of sand at the mouth of the Humber Estuary, it’s perfect for your pup to run wild and free!
Can dogs go to Gibraltar Point?
No dogs permitted on the beach or foreshore between 1 April to 1 September. Dogs are allowed on the outside veranda of the Visitor Centre, but only guide dogs and assistance dogs are permitted inside the Visitor Centre. Please note there are grazing livestock present.
Is there a beach at Gibraltar Point?
Just south of Skegness on Lincolnshire’s wild coast is Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, a glorious mixed-habitat of sandy beaches, wildflower meadows and freshwater lagoons.
Can you see seals at Gibraltar Point?
Seals and shells Walk along the beach to the north of the sanctuary area, look out to sea and you could well spot common seals hauled out on the sandbanks. If you are lucky, you may even spot harbour porpoises.
When can you see seals at Gibraltar Point?
The viewing area is usually open from late October to December (depending on seal numbers) and is at the foot of the sand dunes which acts to reduce disturbance to the seals and ensures the safety of visitors. Seals are large predators and are very powerful.
Is Mablethorpe nicer than Skegness?
A lovely beach – busy, but lovely. Unlike Skegness, Mablethorpe beach doesn’t feel quite as commercialised. You can relax on the sand, whilst the kids have a Donkey ride.
Are there donkeys on Mablethorpe beach?
Donkeys are back on Skegness and Mablethorpe beaches after fears for their future.